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Data Exchange on Terrorists Between Tokyo, Moscow Possible

© Sputnik / Maksim Blinov / Go to the photo bankLecture by Prof. Hiroshi Amano, 2014 Nobel Prize winner (Physics)
Lecture by Prof. Hiroshi Amano, 2014 Nobel Prize winner (Physics) - Sputnik International
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Japanese Ambassador to Russia Chikahito Harada said that Japan, having no possibility to take part in anti-terrorist operations, as it is forbidden by the country's Constitution, can provide political support.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Japanese-Russian information exchange on international terrorists is quite possible, Japanese Ambassador to Russia Chikahito Harada said Wednesday.

"Of course, if we talk about the fight against terrorism, the collection and exchange of information between Japan and Russia would be useful. Such a possibility is quite real," ambassador told RIA Novosti.

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Harada added that Japan, having no possibility to take part in anti-terrorist operations, as it is forbidden by the country's Constitution, can provide political support.

On December 8, the Japanese Foreign Ministry launched a center to collect information about international terrorism.

The decision to open the center came after the Islamic State militants in January beheaded two Japanese nationals, entrepreneur Haruna Yukawa and freelance journalist Kenji Goto, in retaliation for Japan’s $200 million pledge in humanitarian aid for IS-affected countries.

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